So why do we constantly worry about things? Is it because we care too much? Well, suppose that is the answer, that we care too much. So what do we do about it? Care less? Well, as we all know, that is way easier said than done....
I am sitting here just contemplating different ways that we can "care less" about these types of things. And..... I got nothin'. Well, maybe others are good at these types of things, but me personally- when I do something, I put my entire heart into it. My thought is- what is the point of doing something if are just going to half-ass it? So with saying that, I am terrible at not caring about things that I once cared a lot about.
No, I have not gotten it through my head that not everything is my issue to fix. Sometimes you just have to let time play out. I even try really hard to keep my own opinions/advice to myself. It doesn't matter if I am looking out for someone's best interest, I need to keep it to myself. The only times that I need to give my 2 cents is when someone asks me for it. Otherwise I need to learn to keep things to myself. I know that I cannot tell the future and I also know that I don't know everything, BUT I do know right from wrong. But I suppose some lessons need to be a hands on experience... not a verbal speech.
Where did I get my title for this post? Easy. When I give people advice or opinions that they don't care for, all they hear is blah blah blah. I am going to have to thank Jensy for this post. She brought this to my attention. She is basically my adult twin who thinks the same way that I do. So we are both on the same page. She is a life coach- so she definitely knows how to give the life advice to people when she can see that they need it, but it is sad to see people not taking advantage of something like that. For me? I am not a life coach. But I do have a life coach as a best friend, as well as a head full of knowledge on recovery and optimism that I wish to share with the world. There is a time and a place for everything though, Kylie.
On another note.... My grandma's one year anniversary is in two days. Just. Two. Days. Time truly flies... Where did it all go? I feel like I have not accomplished anything within this past year... But I know that is a lie. I have learned more about myself and life than I will ever know. I may not be able to see it all right now, but I know that the knowledge is there.
I miss you Grandma- I can't wait until we meet again. I hope that I am making you proud up there.